• Artist: Jeffrey Philip Nelson
  • Title: Christmas By The Beach
  • Genre: Production - Christmas/Holiday, Pop - Adult Contemporary
  • Mood: Laid Back/Groovy
  • Speed: Medium (78-95)
  • Instruments: Real Drums/Drum Kit, Acoustic Guitar (Guitar, Banjo, Mandolin), Electric Guitar (Clean, Overdriven), All Other, Bass
  • Track type: Lyric - Full Length
  • Date added: 4/19/2012
  • Lyric themes: Homeless Poverty, Pleasure, Home, Optimism, Thankful
  • Lyrics: November always seems so slowThe weathers changed it never snowsThe leaves stay green everybody else’s turns brownWe only have 10 days of rainDecember always stays the sameThe covering clouds know how to take away the painThe wind roles in, it’s the best breeze that the beach has ever hadThe cold air brings all the cooler nights, the ones that help us sleepThose are the best days of the yearWhen the rain falls at the pier The tide is high its almost reached our feetThis holiday is coldEven if it doesn’t snowThis is Christmas time living by the beachWe may not have those pretty pinesI’d trade it all for our sunshineThe pink clouds glow as the purple fades awayEven the homeless have a placeTo feel the warm on their faceThe streets have been cruel, but these benches offer gracePeople wait in lines to see a plane ocean sunsetHusbands, wives, children alike are playing in the sandPlease trust me, when I say…Those are the best days of the yearWhen the rain falls at the pier The tide is high its almost reached our feetThis holiday is coldEven if it doesn’t snowThis is Christmas time living by the beach
  • Keywords: Bass, Guitar, Desire, Holidays, Organic

About Jeffrey Philip Nelson

Jeffrey Philip Nelson

Redondo Beach, CA United States

Jeffrey Philip Nelson's love for music and stories flow deep within. His lyrics are truthful and honest, and are sung and played from the heart. He is a true story teller which is proved on his debut album released in early 2010, titled "Could This Be...". The gutsy folk style sound is perfectly matched with his soulful voice, and is reminiscent of an older time. He somehow manages to marry the old and new drawing ...

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